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HM The Queen: Stunning New Portrait of the Queen Shows Her Good Side (or all of them)

The Sunday Time published a stunning new photo of HM The Queen that uses a new technique to show off all four of her sides – giving a 360 degree view that we’ve never seen before. The photographer Hugo Rittson Thomas achieved it with mirrors. Show More Summary

Aubrey Beardsley

6 hours agoArts : Coxsoft Art News

One of the free displays at the National Portrait Gallery in London is Aubrey Beardsley: Artist and Aesthete, which is on show until 28 March 2016 in Room 29. The painting is Jacques-Emile Blanche's portrait of Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (1895). A talented and innovative artist, the young Beardsley suffered from consumption (tuberculosis) and died when he was only 25 (CLICK).

amare-habeo: Paul César Helleu (French,  1859 - 1927)  The...

14 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

amare-habeo: Paul César Helleu (French,  1859 - 1927)   The Portrait of Coco Chanel “La jolie modiste”, 1912 Galerie Didier Aaron, Paris, France Two questions: if it’s a portrait of Coco, how come it’s written “Hellen” on the painting; and how come it’s so different from Coco in 1912?

GJ Book Club: Chapter 17: Portrait Drawing

On the GJ Book Club, we're looking at Chapter 17: "Portrait Drawing" in Harold Speed's 1917 classic The Practice and Science of Drawing.Now we arrive at a solid chapter that is full of Speed's best thoughts about how to approach a portrait. Show More Summary

Dazzling Family Portraits Taken By Mother Of 10 Are Full Of Earth Tones & Dreamy Natural Light

That’s right, ten children: Clint, Calista, Damien, Theron, Adrian, Quentin, Camille, Octavia, Elliott, and Gabriel. Each of them endearingly adorable, dazzling, and photogenic in their own way. Their mother, Lisa Holloway, is a professional photographer in the Las Vegas area. Show More Summary

history-of-fashion: 1575 Bartolomeo Passarotti - Portrait of a...

2 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

history-of-fashion: 1575 Bartolomeo Passarotti - Portrait of a Young Man Holding a Statuette

history-of-fashion: 1814 Joseph Karl Stieler - Portrait of the...

2 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

history-of-fashion: 1814 Joseph Karl Stieler - Portrait of the Elisabeth, Amalie and Maximiliane von Bayern

history-of-fashion: ab. 1495 Cologne, Unknown artist -...

2 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

history-of-fashion: ab. 1495 Cologne, Unknown artist - Portrait of a Woman

history-of-fashion: 1893 François Flameng - Portrait of Mlle....

2 days agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

history-of-fashion: 1893 François Flameng - Portrait of Mlle. F. seated at a window holding a fan, Deauville

A portrait of quackademia triumphant: Georgetown University

I frequently discuss a disturbing phenomenon known as “quackademic medicine.” Basically, quackademic medicine is a phenomenon that has taken hold over the last two decades in medical academia in which once ostensibly science-based medical schools and academic medical centers embrace quackery. Show More Summary

The End of the Tour Is Like Spending Two Hours With David Foster Wallace

The tour in The End of the Tour is David Foster Wallace’s 1996 multicity promotion for his epic novel Infinite Jest, a fractured portrait of a manic culture and the biting loneliness at its heart. The movie, directed by James Ponsoldt from a script by the playwright Donald Margulies, depicts... More »

New accessions: Portrait of Queensland’s 8th Governor, Lord Lamington

A recent addition to the art collection of the John Oxley Library is this fine portrait of Queensland’s 8th Governor, Charles Wallace Alexander Napier Cochrane-Baillie, 2nd Baron Lamington (1860 – 1940). The portrait, purchased in June at an auction in the United Kingdom, is the work of Robert Duddingstone Herdman, a second-generation Scottish artist who... Read more

Realistically-drawn Disney princes are magically swoon-worthy

Graphic designer Jirka Väätäinen is back to creating realistic Disney characters — and this time he's tackling the leading men. Through some masterful photo manipulation skills, Väätäinen has created incredibly lifelike portraits of Disney's most iconic leading men. Show More Summary

Boys of Summer: Q Models by Gregory Prescott

Photographer Gregory Prescott celebrates summer with a new portrait series. Photographed in New York, Prescott hones in on models from Q Models Management. Posing for quintessential portraits as well as several cheeky alternatives, models...Show More Summary

Portrait of Mathew Brady by Charles Loring Ellliott will headline Aug. 8-9 auction

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

A rare portrait painting of famed Civil War photographer Mathew Brady by the renowned 19th century portrait artist Charles Loring Elliott, a large pre-Columbiam statue of a pregnant woman nearly 17 inches tall and about 2,000 years old,...Show More Summary

It's Not Just for Buyers: Here Are a Few Things I Definitely Want to See at Seattle Art Fair

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

This is a spectacular five-foot-tall portrait by Alice Neel of her son. COURTESY OF DAVID ZWIRNER GALLERY There's no law against bad art in New York. So you never know what you're going to get with an art fair, even when there are plenty of big New York galleries showing up. Show More Summary

New York City Skateboarders, on Tintype

In 2007, midway through her training as an art conservator, Melissa Cacciola found herself learning about tintype portraits. A nineteenth-century photographic process, popular especially during the Civil War, tintypes form on metal plates that have been treated with silver nitrate, ether, collodion, cyanide, and other chemicals. Show More Summary

Portraits of the Participants: The Movement for Black Lives Conference

Last weekend I had the privilege of attending the historic Movement for Black Lives conference. The conference, organized by Black Lives Matter, BYP100, Ferguson Action, the Organization for Black Struggle, Cleveland Action, Southerners...Show More Summary

Diner Portrait in Gouache

This guy eats his bacon at a diner table near me. Gouache, 4 x 5 inches There's a soft light from the right, and a bright edge light from behind. He has a dark mustache, dark eyebrows, graying hair, no teeth. Maybe he's on his way home from the Hemingway Lookalike Contest. Show More Summary

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